Your Credit Card Number has been stolen by someone. What will you do first?
Report it to your bank and blocked your credit card, apply for new credit card.
I would immediately call the CCCompany and report it stolen so no charges on it would be accepted. If the card was locally stolen, I would also call my bank, and a few of the stores I frequent. We live in a small town and everyone knows everyone so calling would help if someone had the card and they knew it was not a family member.
by Davinagirl3 7 years ago
My husband and I are looking to buy a house in the upcoming year. We have run into some trouble looking for a lender because our credit is, for lack of a better term, crap! I am looking for ideas on how to raise our scores. We pay our bills on time, so that isn't the...
by bradmasterOCcal 3 years ago
Credit cards are great, but when they fall into the hands of hackers and thieves then?Credit card companies seem to rely on making up for hacked and stolen credit card usage by charging higher interest rates for their card users. If they spent some energy on making the use of stolen and hacked...
by Sally Gulbrandsen 2 years ago
I have a few Hubs which still have stolen copyright notices on them. after many attempts to get them removed. Will this make them ineligible for transfer to one of the Niche Sites?
by Vinaya Ghimire 4 years ago
How many of you have your hubs stolen?I have 152 hubs of which 11 have been stolen.
by Peg Cole 4 years ago
Hooray! For months now I've been trying to figure out who to report the "alleged" infringement on one of my hubs where 9 links to ads have been placed. Whenever I would click the link it would take me to an advertisement that required 3 attempts to leave the page without buying the...
by bonded 8 8 years ago
How do I report a lost citigroup credit card. What is the toll free number
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